nondescript nondescript  /ˈnɑn dɪ ˈskrɪpt/


  1. (n) a person is not easily classified and not very interesting
  2. (adj) lacking distinct or individual characteristics; dull and uninteresting


  1. A visit to Harper Hall reveals a nondescript place where few knew much about the.
  2. Wim Delvoye's latest work looks perfectly harmless in the middle of his chaotic studio in a nondescript part of Ghent.
  3. And expect a nondescript answer.



    Before participating in a beer judging, the thought of such an event conjured visions of a white walled, nondescript room filled with long tables flanked by rigid chairs supporting hard men focused to the nth degree on the finer points of the ales and lagers submitted for their consideration.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: San Diego Reader

  2. Tracy McGrady, the most popular man at the NBA Finals

    MIAMI -- Tracy McGrady played seven and a half minutes in the Finals, which was seven and a half minutes more than T-Mac expected to play. To be fair, that's more than anyone anywhere expected one of the most star-crossed players in league history to ever play in the Finals. His cameo came at the end of the Game 2 blowout and was as nondescript as the Spurs ' lifeless second half performance. He ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: SB Nation

  3. Large Meth Lab Busted Inside Affton Office Building

    AFFTON, MO (KTVI)– A nondescript office building in South St. Louis County was flooded by police and firefighters Sunday night. ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: FOX 2 News St. Louis


  1. "The other team, a nondescript Toyota team, went behind the toolbox and took my bar and put it with their bars and took it home," Roush said. "That is a fact."
    on Apr 2, 2008 By: Jack Roush Source: ESPN

  2. "When you're a kind of nondescript, unknown, inconsequential actor and all of a sudden you're famous, it's very easy to lose touch there," Stallone says. "You keep pushing the envelope, but there is a limit, and the audience retreats."
    on Nov 14, 2007 By: Sylvester Stallone Source: USA Today

  3. "Even though I was a backup player, only played there two years and only started two games, had a pretty nondescript career, anytime we have any reunion, I'm invited even though my role wasn't that big," Dungy said. "I played on a...
    on Feb 3, 2007 By: Tony Dungy Source: Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

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